Smallville High School

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'''Smallville High School'''
 
'''Smallville High School'''
  
The school where [[Clark Kent]], [[Lana Lang]] and [[Pete Ross]] attended in the small town of [[Smallville]].
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The high school located in [[Smallville]] that [[Clark Kent]], [[Lana Lang]] and [[Pete Ross]] attended in their youth.
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Clark Kent's "buddy" [[Wayne King]] was a fellow Smallville High School student who, by June 1986; after Clark Kent had moved to [[Metropolis]] and become a reporter for the [[Daily Planet]]; became social studies teacher at the school.  Courses that he teaches include Fourth Period American History.  The school Principal at this time is Mr. Herman (S. No. 420: "...and We are the Dreamers of the Dreams!").
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By June 1986, the Audio-Visual Department at the High School has used a federal grant to install a complex system of cameras throughout the school building that can by used from a central location in the Audio-Visual room to see events that take place within the school (S. No. 420: "...and We are the Dreamers of the Dreams!").
  
 
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Revision as of 15:28, 6 March 2005

Smallville High School

The high school located in Smallville that Clark Kent, Lana Lang and Pete Ross attended in their youth.

Clark Kent's "buddy" Wayne King was a fellow Smallville High School student who, by June 1986; after Clark Kent had moved to Metropolis and become a reporter for the Daily Planet; became social studies teacher at the school. Courses that he teaches include Fourth Period American History. The school Principal at this time is Mr. Herman (S. No. 420: "...and We are the Dreamers of the Dreams!").

By June 1986, the Audio-Visual Department at the High School has used a federal grant to install a complex system of cameras throughout the school building that can by used from a central location in the Audio-Visual room to see events that take place within the school (S. No. 420: "...and We are the Dreamers of the Dreams!").

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